Meghan Markle returns home to work on 'Suits' in Toronto

Meghan Markle returned home to Toronto last week ahead of spring production on her hit television drama Suits. The actress spent most of her time off in London, where she reportedly stayed with boyfriend Prince Harry at his home on the grounds of Kensington Palace.

While the 35-year-old and the British royal have been inseparable in recent weeks, their romance will once again become long distance as filming starts in April.

TAP FOR GALLERY Meghan stars as Rachel Zane in the hit legal drama Suits.

Over the weekend, Meghan looked in high spirits as she was spotted leaving the gym with close pal Jessica Mulroney (wife of etalk's Ben Mulroney).

Meghan, who is committed to appearing in the upcoming season of the legal drama, could face a tough dilemma as to whether or not she should continue her role as Rachel Zane after season seven. A source close to the show told HELLO!, “It will definitely be hard for her to do both Suits and continue building her relationship with Harry." For now, the couple will return to their jet-setting ways as the series films until November.

The couple have spent the past few months together in London.

Over the last few months, Harry and Meghan have kept a low profile in the English capital. During her time in London, the California native is said to have met the Duchess of Cambridge and Princess Charlotte. She and Harry were also pictured leaving Soho house hand-in-hand following a romantic date night in early February.

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Luckily for Meghan, Prince Harry's work will soon bring him to Toronto. The former apache helicopter pilot is busy ironing out the details for his third Invictus Games, which will take over a variety of locations in Toronto in September.

Meghan and Harry have been going strong since last summer after meeting through mutual friends. Harry confirmed the relationship publicly in November in a statement via the palace.

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